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  1. Preparatory Reading 2 items
    1. Research Methods in Theatre and Performance - Baz Kershaw, Helen Nicholson 2011

      Book Recommended

    2. Research Methods in Theatre and Performance - Baz Kershaw, Helen Nicholson 2011 (electronic book)

      Book Recommended

  2. Week 2: Positionality 2 items
    1. Required Reading 1 item
    2. Further Reading 1 item
      1. Can the Subaltern Speak? - Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 1994

        Chapter Further

  3. Week 3: Performance Analysis 1 item
    1. Required Reading 1 item
  4. Week 4: Performance Analysis 1 item
    1. Theorizing Practice: Redefining Theatre History - W. B. Worthen, Peter Holland 2003

      Book Essential

  5. Week 5: Practice As Research 3 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
  6. Week 6: Introduction to Scenography - Practical Workshop 3 items
    1. Recommended Reading 3 items
      1. The Cambridge Introduction to Scenography - Joslin McKinney, Philip Butterworth 2009

        Book Recommended

  7. Week 7: Introduction to Lighting Design - Practical Workshop 0 items
  8. Week 8: Dramaturgy 1 item
    1. Required Reading 1 item
      1. The Theatre of Thomas Ostermeier - Thomas Ostermeier 2016 (electronic book)

        Book Essential

  9. Week 9: Performing Archives 8 items
    1. Required Reading 3 items
      1. The Imperative of the Archive - Maggie Gale, Ann Featherstone 2011

        Chapter Essential

      2. The Imperative of the Archive - Maggie Gale, Ann Featherstone 2011 (electronic book)

        Chapter Essential

    2. Further Reading 5 items
      1. Collective Memory - Anne Whitehead 2009

        Chapter Further

      2. Collective Memory - Anne Whitehead 2008 (electronic resource)

        Chapter Further

      3. Lola Arias - Lola Arias, Elianna Kan 2014

        Article Further

      4. Archive Everything: Mapping the Everyday - Gabriella Giannachi 2016 (electronic book)

        Book Further

  10. Week 10: Formative Presentations 1 item
    1. Recommended Reading 1 item
      1. How to Give a Killer Presentation - Chris Anderson 2013

        Article Recommended Reprinted at https://hbr.org/2013/06/how-to-give-a-killer-presentation

  11. Recommended Texts 10 items
    The following key texts will be useful in supporting and progressing your work on this course:
    1. Introductions to Theatre Studies 3 items
      1. The Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Studies - Christopher B. Balme 2008

        Book Recommended

      2. The Routledge Introduction to Theatre and Performance Studies - Erika Fischer-Lichte 2014 (electronic book)

        Book Recommended

    2. Advice For Master's Dissertations 5 items
      1. The ‘Nuts and Bolts’ of Research - Jonathan Grix 2001

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The ‘Nuts and Bolts’ of Research - Jonathan Grix 2001 (electronic book)

        Chapter Recommended

      3. What Moves You?: Shaping Your Dissertation in Dance - Charlotte Nichol, Lise Uytterhoeven 2017

        Book Recommended

    3. In addition, the following is a very useful resource for preparing written work:

    4. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers - Joseph Gibaldi 2009

      Book Recommended

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